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The engineering effort of the Basra Oil Company begins to deal with the collapse of the payment in H

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Post by rocky on Sat 16 Feb 2019, 2:04 am

The engineering effort of the Basra Oil Company begins to deal with the collapse of the payment in Hor Al Huweiza

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BAGHDAD - The engineering effort of the Basra Oil Company began on Friday to address the collapse of payments in Hawr al-Hawizah and work to direct the water and not waste it and benefit in the rehabilitation of the Basra marshes after its drought due to negligence management of water resources.

"The engineering effort of the Basra oil company has started work to address the collapse of the payment and to direct the water and not waste it to take advantage of the rehabilitation of the marshes of Basra after its drought due to negligence and mismanagement of water resources in Basra," a source in Basra told Iraq News.

"After the lack of concern for those involved in water resources and the development of marshes and technicians and not to take any serious measures towards warnings of a natural disaster may hit Basra as a result of the collapse of payment in Hor Al-Huweiza, the Basra Oil Company cadres began to address the situation."

The warnings issued by the deputy from the province of Basra, Jamal al-Muhammadawi, last Tuesday, from a natural disaster may be solved in the province of Basra as a result of the collapse of the payment of Hor Huweiza in the province of Maysan and water leakage to land in Basra, calling for urgent preventive measures to secure payment.

"The information indicates the arrival of large quantities of water from the province of Maysan to the Sanjaydah separating between the two sides of Hor al-Huwayzah between Basra and Maysan, which caused the collapse of parts of the separation between the two provinces, and this is a natural disaster through," al-Muhammadawi said in a statement received by Iraq News. The arrival of water to Basra without control or benefit from it as appropriate. "

"The pressure of the water after Hawr al-Huweizah was filled by Maysan led to the collapse of the Dismar between Basra and Maysan, on the part of Iran, some of which collapsed and the water is now leaking towards the Suweib River area," he said.

He also accused the Ministry of Water Resources of mismanagement of the water file and blamed it for the loss of water resulting from the floods coming from the provinces of Wasit and Maysan and wasting them in vast areas on the border between Iraq and Iran without benefiting from them.

Al-Mahmoudawi said during a field tour with the deputy governor of Basra, Dhargham al-Ajudi, when the landslide collapsed in the city of Ajirda and the River Sweib in the north of the province in a press statement, "Eye of Iraq News," that after the warnings that were directed yesterday to the Iraqi government surprised us at the Ministry of Water Resources, "If there was a serious follow-up by the Directorate of the revival of the marshes, whether in the province of Basra or Maysan, it is supposed to turn those waters towards the net preserve in Basra.

Al-Mahmoudawi said that "today it was observed that the protected area is dry and directs the water in the wrong direction in the Iraqi-Iranian border," pointing out that when the quality of the water was examined in the Haweezah River it was found that there was an increase in the amount of salts reaching more than 12 thousand (TDS) Mismanagement of the water file by the ministry concerned

 

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